Hey rippers! We’re back with the second issue of the #ACOS series showcasing some of the coolest stuff that came out today. Check out Alex’s freshly baked video featuring Federico and Roberto, Gipsy Team’s 2016 trailer and Tuck Yeah Apparel’s coolest t-shirts ever. There’s an official announcement for the SKOA’s newest team member as well as Pernes’s failed attempt of flying. Enjoy and share the stoke!
Federico and Roberto – Almabtrieb 2014
Alexander “Tiki” Frischauf (Streetluge-Austria.at) shoots out another great video, this time from last year’s Almabtrieb 2014, featuring Federico Barbezio and Roberto Marasca, the Verdicchio Race organisers. Thumbs up for a great choice of music 🙂
Another good news which popped out recently is that Almabtrieb is coming back in 2016 and the race is announced to be a part of the BigMountainSkate series, held on a furiously fast road in Austria. Woohoo!
The Gipsy Team says “We will be back”
The notorious skate gang from Italy has been around for a while now and it looks like they don’t intend to leave. Well, that’s good to know 🙂 Bring it on bit***, the game is on! One of the bangers and a good friend of mine, Stefano Barbizzi also runs a project in his basement, the Tuck Yeah Apparel. You should check out the stuff he does, it’s cool. Even James Kelly wears Tuck Yeah stuff, which confirms it’s worthy 🙂
If you are stoked about having one of these unmatching cool t-shirts, you can get it for 14,90 € at BDS Ricami website. Worth every cent!
It’s official: Pablo Quiles joins Skoa team
This is kind of like a “last year’s snow” but since yesterday, he got a well deserved feature on their website. So now, it’s official. Congratulations! Here’s what Reinhold Uhrner from SKOA Trucks says about it:
For us Pablo is a very important skater and we like how he lives the skate life. We are impressed how he and his spanish friends build up the whole Gnarlicante scene (Salsito House, Gnarlicante Tours, Gnarlicante Longboard Shop, etc) he is really focused in all he is doing and with his passion for skating he is pushing the whole European skate scene. ~ Reinhold Uhrner
Nicely said, Reinhold and well done, Pablo! We’re looking forward to see what this collab has to it.
Jorge Pernes belives he can fly!
Cult’s Jorge Pernes was out there playing with some prototype wheels. If you’ve missed it, check out this short video featuring him flying off the board while doing a Switch 180. “You won’t belive what happens next” style!
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